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Long Beach Independent (Newspaper) - October 17, 1945, Long Beach, California Navy to Release One-Third By Jan. 1 Discharge Point Score Drops Nov. 1 J'VM) nary tonight an- pro- which wilt about of by 1946. November I, the re- point score for male officers (55 be reduced from 49 to 48 for main enlisted personnel thire will be n cut of from 44 to 41, for WAVE off Icon 'from 35 to 32, and' Cor wave enlisted person- art from to 26. Fw doctors the score will' be re- (hired November 1 from 60 to 53 These score reductions will in- cresie greatly the number, of per- KKlwJito return to civilian stittus fljf the nuvy said, It Is estimated that. by .the tint sf the slightly more, than a urn! more Hun 10DOOO officers, will haye taw discharged. Tho nnvy snld that due to the ipeclal ciicunttlimc.cs Involved In flie requirements for navnl nvlntors review of their status Is being _nHite the present time, Jt is expected an announcement Weeding the release of aviators will be madn before November .1. Mnmwhllc. the navy stated, 'Ivlifor release point scores will "ebntlnuc at
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